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Old 03-10-2008, 06:04 AM   #11
James Bailey
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Re: 3 months of SS -- soup to nuts.

Thanks dude, I think in order to make this a more reliable experiment I will do a CFT today instead of my usual SS workout. I have just had 2 rest days (I fell asleep yesterday afternoon so I missed my gyms opening hours...stupid) so it should be a good time to bust out some good numbers later.

We do seem pretty close stats wise, probably about the same size too. How tall are you? What are some of your other WOD PR's, just as a side note being curious.

Then I could really compare before and afters... Maybe I could just do the CFT today and test bench with Lynne or something later in the week and then start SS on Monday.
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Old 03-10-2008, 07:39 AM   #12
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Re: 3 months of SS -- soup to nuts.

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Thanks dude, I think in order to make this a more reliable experiment I will do a CFT today instead of my usual SS workout. I have just had 2 rest days (I fell asleep yesterday afternoon so I missed my gyms opening hours...stupid) so it should be a good time to bust out some good numbers later.

We do seem pretty close stats wise, probably about the same size too. How tall are you? What are some of your other WOD PR's, just as a side note being curious.
I haven't done much in the way of WoDs in a while, so it's a bit skewed, but my stats are mostly all available here or there (both wfs).

Sounds like you've got a good plan; let us know how it goes. I'm 6 foot.

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Old 03-11-2008, 01:57 AM   #13
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Re: 3 months of SS -- soup to nuts.

So it looks like I was almost dead on with my CFT estimate.

I did Back Squat: 110kg/242lb, Press: 60kg/132lb and Deadlift: 140kg/308lb for a 310kg/682lb Total, at BW 79kg/174lb. Deadlift was below my PR, which is 155kg at BW 75kg, but I had a bad lower back/hip injury a month ago while snowboarding which still isn't so great, so that's not too bad. I think I could have done a bit more but was tired and in a rush. I failed twice on 115kg BS and 65kg Press, started to pull 150kg but it just wouldn't go...Looks like I should get me some SS!

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